TomTom Via 130 UK
With an integrated mount that folds flat into the back of the device, the Via Live 130 is easy to store - but it's not the best mount when it comes to fixing it to the windscreen.
The screen itself is good, however, and that makes entering a destination a bit harder, but the quality is up there with the more expensive sat-navs. It's fast at re-routing too, offering a new route in just a few seconds when we took a wrong turn.
However the Via 130 UK is £30 more expensive than the Garmin nüvi 50, and £60 more than the Mio Moov M610 - so it falls into fourth place in our top five sat-navs.